On this day, we stand in honor of this great people, for it is our compass that guides us on the right path, and its interests are our goal, for which we harness our thought, effort, blood, and sweat for the sake of its peace, freedom, and decent living.
We salute the glorious December Revolution and its righteous martyrs, and we salute this generation that left a mark in our modern history that the forces of tyranny will not erase, no matter how armored they are with their weapons, equipment and military.
Our sixth conference is an extension of five conferences that resulted in a smooth rotation of leadership positions and many transitions that our party went through and here is the podium decorated with a rare scene in our political environment, four former presidents of the party, mercy for those who have passed away, and abundant health and continued giving to those who are still striving in the journey of building the homeland, the dream that they did not hesitate to devote their entire lives to achieving it.
About a thousand ladies and gentlemen, members of the party participated in the general conference of the Sudanese Congress Party, who came as witnesses from every piece of land in Sudan and from the countries of exile, and from the members of the Independent Students Conference. They are the harvest of 122 grassroots conferences in the localities of Sudan, 17 state conferences, 13 conferences for professional sectors, 20 conferences abroad, and the same for the Independent Students Conference. All of these conferences discussed the basic and supplementary papers and elected their executive offices and their supervisory legislative councils.
And its representatives went up to the Sixth General Conference, who numbered 988, in addition to the members of the new council, whose first meeting was held this morning, in addition to an endless number of meetings, development workshops, and open seminars, including an organizational conference in which a lot of effort and papers were spent, and an inclusive deliberative conference.
We discussed the organizational and political reality in detail, and through all of that, the membership of our party, accompanied by the appreciated participation of national experts and contributors from outside the party, produced many specialized visions and papers that were summarized in the political document of the party that was discussed during this sixth conference.
It has been detailed and will be detailed more in more specialized papers. The constitution of the ruling party has also been approved for the internal performance of the party and the coordinator of its apparatus relations.
In a democratic atmosphere, the activities of the General Conference witnessed the election of the party leader and the head of the Central Council. The conferees elected:
– Omar Youssef Al-Daqir, head of the party
– Mastour Ahmed Mohamed, Chairman of the Central Council of the party
The General Conference also accredited the members of the Central Council elected from the states, sectors and branches abroad and the Independent Students Conference.
This morning, the elected Central Council held its first meeting and approved the deputy head of the party and the secretary-general, as follows:
Khaled Omar Youssef, deputy head of the party
Muhammad Ali Shaqdi, Secretary General
In addition to the approval of the four vice-presidents of the Central Council, as follows:
Omaima Sayed Ahmed
– Seif al-Dawla Ahmed Khalil
In conclusion, we repeat our greetings to our great people, and we salute the sacrifice of our membership and their efforts in order to provide models of sacrifice that resisted tyranny and seek to contribute to removing the oppression of years of dictatorships, the distortions of practice and the negative mental image towards parties.
Which in its goodness is the salvation of the democratic civil transition and the homeland, and it is an effort that we share with our comrades and allies in the forces of the broad democratic forces with whom we share the dream of a good, democratic Sudan that does not coexist or oppress anyone.
Sixth General Conference Committee
March 18, 2023